We’re still defining what cloudops is exactly, as well as clarifying what technology is needed to solve the core problems. Like all cloud computing situations, it’s helpful to break down the core components of a… Read More »6 features your cloudops tool must have
Over the past several years, operators (who are users of systems) have had increasing opportunities to provide direct, regular feedback to developers during the conceptual and developmental stages of the software-development lifecycle. This increased developer… Read More »Considerations for Operator-Feedback Sessions in Government Settings
The rise of cloudops tools (such as AIops) is in full swing. There are three basic choices: on demand as a non-native tool, hosted on-premises, or a hosted cloud-native tool offered by a public cloud… Read More »Are cloud-native ops tools right for multicloud?
In the latest Agents of Transformation report, Agents of Transformation 2021: The Rise of Full-Stack Observability, 77% of global technicians report experiencing a higher level of complexity as a result of accelerated cloud computing initiatives during… Read More »Complexity is the biggest threat to cloud success and security
Low-code development tools like Microsoft’s Power Platform are more than a way for users to build the apps they need when they need them. They’re a way to rapidly building code that’s needed urgently. You… Read More »Power Platform becomes the new Visual Basic
Streaming services, the kind we use from Apple TV, Roku, smart TVs, mobile devices, or other systems are beginning to look a lot alike in terms of the content that they offer—no matter if you’re… Read More »The public cloud could evolve like streaming services
Imagine you are getting groceries delivered, or looking for a recommendation on what to watch next on TV, or using a credit card without worrying too much about fraud. The applications that power these interactions… Read More »Why developers use Confluent to manage Apache Kafka
Microsoft’s annual developer event Build mixes education with new product announcements across its three main developer platforms: .NET and Windows, Azure, and the Power Platform. There’s always a lot of other news, too, with previews… Read More »Catching up on Build 2021: AI and Arm